As managers and leaders, how can we keep ourselves and our teams consistently motivated over time and how can we achieve this against a challenging economic backdrop? This will be the topic of our next IMI Evening Briefing – SMILE! The briefing will be led by Brendan Foley and will take place on Wednesday September 19th from 6pm, best selling author Brendan will explore some practical techniques for doing just this.
Date: 19th September 2012
Time: Registration from 18.00 | Briefing 18.30 – 20.00 | Networking 20.00
Venue: IMI Conference Centre, Sandyford, Dublin 16
Fees: IMI Corporate & Personal Members – Complimentary
IMI Alumni – €25 (payable in advance by credit card)
Non-Members – €75 (payable in advance by credit card)
RSVP: To register your interest and receive booking information please email Membership@imi.ie by noon Thursday, September 13th. Click here for further information.
We believe there is much to learn from the field of Positive Psychology and many of our programmes explore key principles from this area to inform approaches to leadership, coaching and, more generally, achieving the kinds of behaviours we need in our organisations. As managers and leaders, our personal level of positivity is a key driver in developing the high energy, motivated teams we need to be successful – and of course a key factor in our personal success. In this highly interactive session, Brendan will take us through a set of tried and tested techniques, rooted in the positive psychology movement, and designed to develop and deploy the power of positivity.
Brendan Foley is a bestselling author and motivational speaker. His publications include the Amazon No. 1 Bestseller The 5 States of Success (2011) and The Yin Yang Complex (2010). His commercial background is in advertising, sales and marketing where he has held director level positions. He is also an accomplished sailor. Having represented Ireland many times at World and European Championships, he combines his business and sailing experience to work with individuals and organisations to help them achieve their potential.